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Dear future generation,

I hope and pray that you’ll see a better world than us. And for that we’ll have to nurture our climate our surroundings. I have come to realize by now that health is indeed everything that matters. To ensure that we need to bring about systematic changes and enforce them for the betterment of our environment. I wish all the best to you.

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